Senyo Amoaku (born July 30, 1979) is an American film actor and composer. He was featured in The Expendables, a Lionsgate action epic released August 13, 2010, written and directed by Sylvester Stallone. He also appeared in a recurring role as a comedic bouncer named Ira in Gary Unmarried, on CBS.
Senyo was born in Dayton, Ohio, and was raised in San Diego, California. As a first generation child Senyo toured with his father Komla Amoaku a renowned music professor from Ghana, to different venues where he would watch his father perform, dreaming of his day in the spotlight. After trying his hand successfully in many sports Senyo undertook a hip-hop career that would have him perform alongside the likes of The Black Eyed Peas, Tha Liks, Jerry Heller, The Nappy Roots and many more, shortly after meeting his manager he booked his first national commercial with AOL, this began a string of national spots including EA Sports and Kraft Foods DiGiorno's Pizza. He has many brothers and sisters including fellow Actor and Filmmaker, Kwame Amoaku. Senyo recently founded and currently owns and operates Title Run Films LLC, he began his film and television career as a production assistant in 1999